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hi everyone! Thanks for tuning in to our new radio show, where you will be able to hear interviews and chats with many of the festival's presenters, friends and exhibitors in the next few months! In this short introductory episode, I give you a quick overview of what we'll be doing on the show, and who is coming on our show in the next few weeks! Enjoy, and remember to "follow" us on BlogTalkRadio! cheers, Laura (Flagstaff Yoga Festival director and host) remember... our webs
Donna Freeman, founder of Yoga In My School and Kids Yoga Academy hosts a discussion on the religion/education/yoga debate when it comes to teaching children.
Guests Karma Carpenter Shea, founder of K-12YOGA, Rachel Glowacki, Kids' Holy Yoga Director, Lisa Flynn, founder Yoga 4 Classrooms & ChildLight Yoga, and Lynea Gillen, Yoga Calm, will delve into spiritual health for children.
Wondering if yoga is a religion...get the answers here.
How spiritual health is addressed through children's yoga classes whether they be religion based or not Should spiritual education be addressed in a public school setting How to teach yoga without religious connection How a Christian based kids yoga program works And much more. Join the discussion - LIKE Yoga In My School on Facebook and share your opinion.
Robin Schwoyer, founder of Happy HeARTs Yoga, is on a mission: to bring the benefits of yoga to children with autism and their families.
April is Autism Awareness Month and Robin is in full swing encourageing friendships, increasing learning and promoting healthy hearts, minds and bodies.
Join host Donna Freeman as we discuss how to create engaging, welcoming and effective kids yoga classes which meet the needs of children on the autism spectrum.
If you want to improve the life of someone impacted by autism be sure to tune in and enjoy Robin's many stories and practical tips from her extensive experience and expertise.
Yoga-Recess-Day is January 25, 2013. Donna Freeman hosts a discussion on the importance of health and wellness in schools and how Yoga-Recess-Day brings the many benefits of yoga and mindfulness to children of all ages. Find out how you can get involved. Join thousands of school teachers, parents and passionate yogis and pedge to bring mind body exercises, breathing and stretching into classrooms everywhere.
Master yoga teacher and author Michele Hebert will enlighten us on the real meaning and benefits of a proper yoga practice.
YOGA AND THE MIND Recent brain research shows that meditation and yoga practices change the workings of the brain, promote neuroplasticity and allow you to achieve new levels of awareness. We are conditioned in so many ways to operate from one level of awareness. In this interview Michele will discuss her book The Tenth Door:An Adventure Through the Jungles of Enlightenment and share ways to break through mental conditioning and fixed belief systems to awaken to your full potential.
The Travel Brigade Show is off to Edmonton, “Canada’s Festival City,” for summer fun at the Folk Festival and Heritage Festival to give you a taste of festivals can be found here all year long. Learn about top family fun activities at Fort Edmonton Park, Jurassic Forest, Prairie Gardens and West Edmonton Mall. We’ll talk with Telus Science Centre about their exhibitions. Find out about fun and interesting ways to learn the history of Edmonton at Old Strathcona and Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village. We’ll also head outdoors for a trip to Elk Island National Park and talk about great places to stay such as Fantasyland Hotel and Fairmont Hotel MacDonald. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
Yoga In My School host Donna Freeman welcomes guests Paul Zipes, Dr. Daniel Libby, Robin Carnes and Judy Weaver to discuss yoga for soldiers and veterans. The mental and emotional health of service members and veterans is of paramount concern as up to 20% of veterans of Iraq and Afganistan wars are suffering from PTSD. Join our panel of guests who specialize in bringing the mind-body practices of yoga, meditation and mindfulness to service members, veterans, first responders and their families
This will be one Hot Show... Our very Special Guest will be Brad Colwell of Vancouver, BC. Brad is a long time Bikram Yoga studio owner - He owns Bikram Yoga Metrotown in Vancouver. He is also President of the Canadian Hatha Yoga Federation and trainer to a number of Professional Athletes. We will talk all about the benefits of competition in yoga - and training professional athletes to boost their careers. We will also ask Brad what makes Bikram Yoga so Hot..!!
WOW! What a crazy good line up we have for you today!
After we catch up with Carolyn O., our Out on the Town Meeting Planning Diva, We'll chat with author, Ashley Barron about her new novels, Then, pull out your yoga matt because we've got some of the world's foremost yoga experts to enlighten us!
First, we'll chat with internationally known Rachel Brathen in Aruba. Rachel is one of the first people to take yoga off the mat and on to the paddle board.
Then we'll talk with Michelle Marchildon, aka, the Yoga Muse, who is a yoga author, journalist and instructor, to learn about her ideas of living yoga off the mat.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith for Big Blend Radio's CHAMPAGNE SUNDAYS show. This episode is dedicated to The Art of Clay & Ceramics and Silver City Clay Festival held Aug. 2-4 in Silver City, New Mexico. Featured Guests: - Lee Gruber - Syzygy Tile & Director of Silver City CLAY Festival - George Dworin - Director of Silver City Arts & Cultural District - Pam Lujan-Hauer - Taos Pueblo Potter - Joe Taylor & Sheila Menzies - Directors of Tile Heritage Foundation - Charmeime Wait - Silver City Museum - Diana Ingalls Leyba - Artist & Curator for 2013 Neo-Mimbreno Vessels Juried Exhibit - Stephani Stephenson - Clay Artist of Revival Tileworks - Cordelia Rose - Whitewater Mesa Labyrinths - Rob Connoley - The Curious Kumquat Restaurant - Jessa Tumposky - Silver City Clay Festival Co-ordinator
As this year's G.I. Film Festival wraps we thought we'd share some highlights from previous years. As with every day, World Footprints is proud to pay tribute to our nation’s heroes--our men and women in uniform, and the Hollywood patriots who support them.
From the red carpet of the 2011 G.I. Film Festival in Washington DC, we will share our conversations with three award-winning actors: Gary Sinise, William Devane and Lou Diamond Phillips. We also met award-winning filmmaker Rodney Ray and budding filmmaker Chris Loverro.
The GI Film Festival is the first film festival in the nation to exclusively celebrate the successes and sacrifices of the service member through the medium of film.
Then we’ll chat with actor Sean Kanan who is best known for his role&